any of various machines that modify the shape or form size of a workpiece by rotating tools or the work: rolling mill.

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a business or institution that dispenses products or services in an impersonal or mechanical manner, as if produced in a factory: a divorce mill; a diploma mill.
a steel roller for receiving and transferring an impressed design, as to a calico-printing cylinder or a banknote-printing plate.
Coining. khổng lồ make a raised edge on (a coin or the like). to make narrow, radial grooves on the raised edge of (a coin or the like).

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khổng lồ move sầu around aimlessly, slowly, or confusedly, as a herd of cattle (often followed by about or around).
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through the mill, Informal. undergoing or having undergone severe difficulties, trials, etc., especially with an effect on one's health, personality, or character: He's really been through the mill since his wife's death.
before 950; Middle English milne, mille (noun), Old English myl(e)nmolīna, noun use of feminine of molīnus of a mill, equivalent lớn Latin mol(a) mill + -īnus-ine1
milkwood, milkwort, milky, milky disease, Milky Way, mill, millable, millage, Millais, Millard, Millau Bridge
a unit of monetary value equal lớn 0.001 of a U.S. dollar; one tenth of a cent: used at various times & places in the U.S. as a money of account, especially in certain tax rates.
cửa hàng, plant, foundry, works, sweatsiêu thị, manufactory, pulverize, pound, crush, grate, powder, granulate, press, comminute
any of various small hvà mills used for grinding pepper, salternative text, or coffee for domestic purposesSee also coffee mill, pepper mill
a hard roller for impressing a thiết kế, esp in a textile-printing machine or in a machine for printing banknotes
a system, institution, etc, that influences people or things in the manner of a factorygoing through the educational mill
Old English mylen from Late Latin molīna a mill, from Latin mola mill, millstone, from molere to lớn grind
a US & Canadian monetary unit used in calculations, esp for property taxes, equal khổng lồ one thousandth of a dollar
James. 1773–1836, Scottish philosopher, historian, và economist. He expounded Bentham"s utilitarian philosophy in Elements of Political Economy (1821) and Analysis of the Phenomemãng cầu of the Human Mind (1829) and also wrote a History of British India (1817–18)
his son, John Stuart. 1806–73, English philosopher & economist. He modified Bentham"s utilitarian philosophy in Utilitarianism (1861) & in his treatise On Liberty (1859) he defended the rights và freedom of the individual. Other works include A System of Logic (1843) và Principles of Political Economy (1848)

see grist for the mill; mills of the gods grind slowly; run of the mill; through the mill; tilt at windmills.